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Madagascar 2018 Public Holidays November 7
 
(Posted on Friday, September 21, 2018)

Source: Filankevitry ny Governemanta (Mahazoarivo)

Madagascar's Conseil de Gouvernement has declared Wednesday, November 7, 2018, as a one-off non-working public holiday in Madagascar on account of the first round of the upcoming Madagascar presidential election.

The aforementioned declaration of Wednesday, November 7, 2018, as a one-off non-working public holiday in Madagascar on account of the first round of the upcoming presidential election, thus supplements the "Projet de décret fixant la liste des jours fériés, chômés et payés au titre de l’année 2018", which declares the list of non-working public holidays in Madagascar for the calendar year 2018, approved earlier this year (26-Feb-2018), and which had left open the possibility of additional electoral public holidays being declared in Madagascar, as had happened in the past (19-Aug-2013, 07-Jun-2013, 10-Feb-2013, 02-Aug-2012, 19-Jul-2012, 08-Jun-2012, 15-Jan-2011, 10-Jan-2011, 20-Dec-2010, and 16-Nov-2010).

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